字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello everyone! Welcome to Idiom 100, where we learn 100 commonly used idioms by native English speakers. All of the explanations are in English, so it might be challenging for you, but just try to imagine the meanings in your head and study hard and soon you'll be able to use these idioms in your conversations. Is everyone ready? Let's begin. Hello again! Today's idiom is: sit tight. Sit tight. Okay, so let's imagine you are sitting and now let's imagine someone takes a bandage or tape and wraps you in the tape, very tight. So, now you're sitting tight and maybe you can't move, okay? So, that's a good picture to keep in your mind while we listen to the examples. Example number 1: I have been sitting tight for the past hour for my doctor's appointment. How much longer do I have to wait? Just another 5 minutes. Thank you for being patient! Okay, so he's sitting tight for one hour and has to sit tight and wait for 5 more minutes, okay? Let's listen to example number 2. Sorry, I’m in a rush now, can I talk to you about that later? Sure, I’ll just sit tight and wait for you! Okay, so 'sit tight' means to wait patiently. Alright, it's something that a mother might say to her children, yeah, 'Sit tight, I'll be ready with dinner soon. Just wait quietly and patiently.' Alright, so let's try using 'sit tight' sometime soon in another conversation to a friend or family member who you want to wait patiently for you. Alright, see you again next time! Good-bye!